Earth Shine Institute has awesome Argonauta Scholars. And they are up to exciting things this summer. Katie Thorp is attending the Delft Institute of Technology in Amsterdam this summer for an environmental engineering research program. Eleanor Keys will be off to the Hutong School in Shanghai to study Mandarin Chinese. And Morgan McAtee is in NYC this summer for an internship at EnPlay Media then studies at Columbia. We are so proud of all of you. What are some of you other Argonauta Scholars doing? We would love to hear about it.
The judges from the Scholarship Committee of Earth Shine Institute are looking forward to attending the Thomas A. Edison Regional Science and Engineering Fair and the Regional Inventors Fair next weekend. We are always so impressed with the young scientists and inventors that we find there. Hoping to find some new Argonauta Scholars. And hoping to see some of our scholars returning with new or continuing projects.
THE EARTH SHINE INSTITUTE IS A NOT-FOR-PROFIT 501(C)(3) ORGANIZATION BASED IN FLORIDA.
It presents educational and cultural programs to further the shared vision of Charles A. and Anne Morrow Lindbergh of a balance between the technological advancements they helped pioneer and the natural environment they cherished. The Institute was originally founded in 2002 as a supporting organization of The Charles A. and Anne Morrow Lindbergh Foundation of Anoka, Minnesota.
Because of the ongoing success of the Earth Shine Institute programs including: the Lindbergh Symposium; the Argonauta Scholars Program in Science; and the Tellina Scholars Program in Poetry, the Institute became its own 501 (c) (3 ) organization in 2008.
The following organizations have been extremely supportive of Earth Shine Insitute programs. We have enjoyed working with them and hope you will support them too.